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Dave Jones <davej(a)redhat.com> wrote:
I don't see any particular benefit offered by running a 2.4 kernel
2.6 Xen host. If 2.6 doesn't do something for you that 2.4 does, that
Not particularly in Fedora, but for RHEL there is a definite use for running
RHAS 2.1 and RHEL 3 on a newer (kernel 2.6-based) RHEL release. Oracle 9i
seems to really like RHAS 2.1, running on RHEL 3.0 requiring compat stuff, and
nevermind getting it to run on RHEL 4.
Not that I'd necessarily claim it's worth the effort to maintain, but for the
18 month life / 5 year support lifecycle of RHEL, providing such a Xen-based
migration path would have some utility.
Particularly if Xen 3.0 ends up supporting live-migration and evacuation of
VMs across clustered nodes.
Everytime I write a rhyme these people thinks its a crime
I tell `em what's on my mind. I guess I'm a CRIMINAL!
I don't gotta say a word I just flip `em the bird and keep goin,
I don't take shit from no one. I'm a CRIMINAL!
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